Jerome Arizona is an artists’ paradise. There are painters, potters, jewelry makers, wine makers, rock stars, photographers, website designers, musicians, designers, all in the area of 1 square mile. Jerome Arizona is precariously perched on a 30 degree sloped Cleopatra Hill. This little town is on the National Registry of Historic Places with views of the Verde Valley, Sedona, the San Francisco Peaks and the Mogollon Rim. There are between 1.5 to 2 million visitors to this little community each and every year. Some visitors are attracted to the History while others are in search of that perfect glass of wine or that wonderful hand-crafted item that they can take home with them.
Another interesting spot is just a mile past the Jerome FD on Perkinsville road, known as the Gold King Mine & Ghost Town. The Gold King Mine is a treasure trove of old trucks, old buildings, a working sawmill and a photographers paradise.
Perhaps your craving an adult beverage and would like to spend the night and take in some of the local musical talent. The Spirit Room and Connor Hotel are a perfect place to do just that!
Paul & Jerry’s Saloon, the oldest family owned bar in Arizona is just down Main street. Marvel at the copper ceiling and the old bar where the locals tend to hang out.
Interested in learning more? Check out the Jerome Chamber of Commerce website.